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They offered to give me the second, superfluous, ridiculous membership for free as they’re a paid service.I declined.” Varley told of similarly eye-rolling experiences: “Newer entrants Inner Circle and Coffee Meets Bagel which seem promising in many ways don’t appear to allow gender choice at all,” she explains.For Brockwell and Varley creating an inclusive dating app is about offering different options and simply setting and inclusive tone.
“I’d like us to be included on par with gay and straight,” says Brockwell, “I’d like to see support for other identities too.
And I’d like bisexual people to not be shown to couples unless they explicitly agree to it first.
Even though the majority of dating apps have diversified to accommodate gay or lesbian users, people who are attracted to both genders are still forcibly missing out.
Many apps simply don’t have a button that lets you browse “both” when it comes to gender, and other non-heteronormative groups, like people who identify as transgender, are even less catered for. For straight people the biggest concern with online dating is often simply choosing the right bio, or the most flattering photo.
“With Once, I was presented with two buttons: Straight and Gay. “I was furious and emailed them to let them know, at which point they said they’d build it into an updated version of the app.
They did, but the damage was done.” The journalist had a similar experience on Lovestruck: “I emailed them about this and their reply was (it’s so comical it’s almost untrue), that their database couldn’t handle it and I would have to sign up once as straight and again as gay.
“My personal experience and one shared by most of my friends had been finding a great way to meet women to date,” she explains.
“There were already some great products for straight people where I could easily get a date with a dude, but finding women in a product I wanted to use was much harder.
So I wanted to make a way for women to meet each other.” “We don’t cover every eventuality of what everyone is looking for, we focus on a specific set of problems and try to help solve them, problems experienced by bisexual, lesbian, queer, asexual, pansexual and many other sexualities for female identified and non-binary gendered people,” she adds.
At another end of the spectrum, Javier Gomez Acebo, developed his London-dating app Clocked so that you can search for “men”, “women” or “both” from the one dating profile.